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Dance and Theatre


Class Levels

Our Dance and Theatre classes are currently divided into 3 levels. Each level is distinguished primarily by the age of the dancers, and secondarily by their technique and ability. We defer to the wisdom of our teachers when a level change for a student is required.

Level 1: Beginning (Ages 6-9)

Level 2 Beginning/Intermediate Level (Ages 10-12)

Level 3: Intermediate/Advanced (Ages 13+)

We also offer a Wiggles and Wonder class for ages 3-5, and a High School level Jazz class for Ages up to 18 years old.


Please register and set up tuition separately. We use two different programs for registration and payment to keep down tuition costs.


Ballet

Our ballet classes use classical technique to build the graceful foundation of a great dancer. Each class is complete with barre work and center work. We have 4 levels of technique class. We ask that Level 3 students take 2 classes a week, and Advanced Level students take 3 classes a week. 

Dress Code: Female students are required to wear a black leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Male students are required to wear a white t-shirt, black shorts, and black ballet shoes.

Jazz

Jazz classes are a fun mix of technique and choreography. Jazz specifically challenges flexibility, strength, and choreography memorization. We have 3 levels of jazz class. 

Dress Code: Female students are required to wear a black leotard, black jazz pants, and tan jazz shoes.Male students are required to wear a white t-shirt, black shorts, and tan jazz shoes.

Tap

Our Tap classes provide an environment where dance can create its own music. Tap was created through the need for rhythm, and that is what we emphasize. We currently offer 2 levels of Tap. 

Dress Code: Though uniform is relaxed, students are encouraged to wear comfortable, baggier clothing. Students are required to wear black tap shoes.

Christian Dance

Christian Dance is a unique class offered at Thrive Arts Academy. Based off of a lyrical style, Christian Dance is a time of experiential worship. Students are encouraged to bring their Bibles, and learn what it means to worship God through the gift of dance. Psalm 150:4 says that we should “praise His name with dancing”, and that is what we intend to do! 

Dress Code: Female students are required to wear a black leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Male students are required to wear a white t-shirt, black shorts, and black ballet shoes.

Acting

Our acting classes are taught in a way that goes over many of the bases of general stage acting, while also challenging those who have already been on the stage. Students will learn what is means to embody a character in front of an audience, analyze scripts, as well as dabble in improvisation. 

Dress Code: Students are encouraged to wear clothing that is comfortable to move in, as many acting exercises require freedom of movement. It is preferred for female students to come to class in pants, not a dress or skirt. No spaghetti straps or short-shorts are allowed.


tuition

Our tuition is based off of the number of hours taken per family, not per student. If you have multiple students in your family, our monthly tuition is charged based off of the cumulation of all hours by students in a single family.

  • 45 mins/week - $65/month

  • 1 hr/week - $75/month

  • 1.25 hr/week - $80/month

  • 2 hr/week - $105/month

  • 3 hr/week - $130/month

  • 4 hr/week - $150/month

  • 5 hr/week - $170/month

  • 6 hr/week - $185/month

  • 7 hr/week - $200/month

  • 8 hr/week - $215/month

  • 9 hr/week - $230/month

  • 10 hr/week - $245/month

  • 11 hr/week - $260/month

  • 12 hr/week - $275/month

Dance FAQs:

When is my tuition payment due?

Tuition is due during the month of lessons you're attending for. For example, September tuition is due in full by September 30.

May my student take a single class instead of registering for a full month?

Yes! Drop-in classes are rated at $25/hr. You can sign up for a drop in class here.

Where can I find out more about absence policies, dress codes, and other questions I may have?

For any more detailed information, please review our dance and theatre parent handbook. There you will find our full mission statement, and full details about our group classes.


Contact Info:

  • Email: info@thriveartsacademy.com (for general program, account, new student information, and billing questions)